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Old 04-11-2011, 03:28 PM   #11
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The paperclip retreival method does not work on a 95. You'll need to find someone with a scanner that will use the OBD2 plug and read the OBD1 codes.

From his first post, its a 94. The paper clip will work.
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Is the connector under the dash or under the hood?? Cause I tried the one under the dash and I couldnt seem to get it to read diagnostics...
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Under the dash on the driver side. THe OBD port on any car is always accessible from the driver'* sat.
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In all honesty, this is the first I have heard about '94 not being OBD 1.5.

Wikipedia says OBD 1.5 BTW.

Does the plug have 12 slots, or 16. Not places where wires are, just spots in general.
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Just had her on the lift, its a bad CV joint on the Right side. Do I have to split the ball joint to get it out or what??
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yes you will have to pull ball joint loose to get axle out
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Getting the parts today and hopefully fixing it tonight... Pics on the way..
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In all honesty, this is the first I have heard about '94 not being OBD 1.5.

Wikipedia says OBD 1.5 BTW.

Does the plug have 12 slots, or 16. Not places where wires are, just spots in general.
You are correct, I was wrong:
1992 to 1993 - OBD1
1994 to 1995 - OBD1.5 (OBD1 system, OBD2 plug, OBD2 codes)
1996 to 1999 - OBD2
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So then I should have OBD 1.5???
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